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Latest Posts: Thursday April 24, 2014

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Drew Carey is taking his Improv Allstars on the road for a national tour starting in September. His improv team includes Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and Greg Proops from Whose Line is it Anyway? and Kathy Kinney from The Drew Carey Show.

You can read more about the Improv Allstars and the tour here.

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Penn Jillette, Sarah Silverman, Billy the Mime and Paul Provenza at the premiere of The Aristocrats.

The most anticipated comedy movie of the summer opens nationwide this week, and if the publicity-coup ban of the movie by AMC Theaters is any indication, it's going to be hilarious. The movie is just a bunch of comedians (including Sarah Silverman, Bob Saget, Jon Stewart, a mime, and the South Park boys) telling the same dirty joke over and over, each one telling their own twisted version. Penn Jillette (of Penn and Teller) and comic Paul Provenza made the movie, using digital footage taken over several years.

The Aristocrats official website. (Includes a letter from Penn Jillette and a sound board.)

Cartman tells the joke. (warning: this site is very offensive/adult)

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Adam Carolla's new show, Too Late with Adam Carolla, premieres next Monday at 11:30 p / 10:30c. Here's a message from Adam:

"Hey, it's your old pal Adam Carolla here. Can you imagine a job where you get paid just to pretend you're interested in what other people have to say? Well, Comedy Central just gave me that job. It's called Too Late with Adam Carolla. Now ask me a question so I can start pretending to be interested."

Today's topic is "Student/Teacher sex." Ask a question and maybe, just maybe, you'll be woken up one day this week by Adam Carolla wanting to discuss student/teacher sex!

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Tonight at 11:30 pm: Stella's Michael Ian Black will be making his first appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS).

Tonight at 12:30 pm: Carlos Mencia will appear on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS.)


Michael Ian Black's humor pieces on McSweeney's.

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Tonight, CC Insider favorites Demetri Martin and Aziz Ansari will perform along with musical guest Langhorne Slim at a benefit for an upcoming play called "This Isn't Working", written by Francesco ("Ces") Marciuliano, the nationally syndicated cartoonist behind Sally Forth, Medium Large, and (a great comedy website.) The party includes a quiz game contest and the chance to win prizes. Information:

40th & 9th (black door, red light)
Door opens at 6:00
The Quiz Game Contest Show starts at 7:30
Comedy / Music begins at 8:15
$10 at the door, includes one free Red Stripe.
Come any time. Gift bags provided while supplies last.


Demetri Martin

Aziz Ansari

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(Nick Swardson on Reno 911!)

From the press release:

"Comedy Central and Sony Pictures Television have reached a two-project deal to produce two separate pilots.  The first will feature Comedy Central veteran Nick Swardson in Gay Robot and be produced by Adam Sandler and Jack Giarraputo‚Äôs production company Happy Madison.  In the second pilot, Public Nuisance, viewers will be taken on a tour of American society as viewed through the prism of documentarian Morgan Spurlock."


Gay Robot's Myspace page (listen to Adam Sandler and Nick Swardson's Gay Robot sketch)

Nick Swardson's Official Site

Nick Swardson as Terry on Reno 911! (video)

Information on Morgan Spurlock

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Mike Birbiglia is hosting Friday Night Stand-Up tonight, from his neighborhood bar (CC Insider's sharp comedian-spotting eyes caught a cameo by Patrick Borelli as the bartender.)
Here's the FNSU schedule.

(And Mike Birbiglia has a great website – )

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It's a big weekend for comedy on the East Coast. Here are three shows we recommend.


1. The Comedians of Comedy in New York and Philadelphia. (Yeah, we've been pimpin' this one all week.)

2. Son of Here Be Monsters in New York.
Music by host Chris Mills, David Nagler, Marykate O'Neil, God's Pottery
Comedy by Slovin & Allen, Nick Kroll and John Mulaney
Magnet Theatre- 254 West 29th Street (btw 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.)
9:30 PM- $5


Aziz Ansari Punched a Wall
This one-man show by the 22-year-old Time Out calls their "favorite new stand-up" is getting fantastic reviews, and just got extended through August.
Upright Citizen's Brigade Theater
7:30pm, $8 (August shows start at 7pm)

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